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Here’s How That Awesome Cam Newton Rushing Touchdown Sounded En Espanol (Video)
All season long, the Carolina Panthers have been publishing highlights of their top plays with Spanish commentary, because the Spanish calls are always better than the English calls. This week we’re going to beat them to the punch.
The most exciting play of Sunday’s NFC Championship Game was probably the 86-yard Corey Brown touchdown, or maybe it was that momentum shifting Kurt Coleman interception in the Carolina endzone. However, the most impressive play, without a doubt, was Cam Newton 12-yard rushing touchdown late in the third —you know, the one where he showed off his size, athleticism, and determination by stiff-arming one Cardinals defender and leaping head-first into the endzone over another, hammering the last nail into the Cardinals’ coffin.
So let’s see how that one sounded en espanol:
Not a bad call, right?
Of course, it wasn’t as good as the Spanish call of the Luke Kuechly pick-six against the Seahawks. But what is? That call was like the Godfather of Spanish Carolina Panthers highlights:
I don’t know about you, but I’m going to watch Super Bowl 50 in Spanish.